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Indigenous Detective JAY SWAN arrives in an outback town on a missing persons enquiry. What seems like a simple 'light duties' investigation soon opens into a web of crime and corruption implicating the local Mayor, Mining Boss and Aboriginal Land Council. Jay must overcome personal differences with the young local policeman JOSH while he pulls his life together to dig deeper into the conspiracy. The two cops are led into a world of people trafficking and organised crime where the value of a life is pitted against big money and deep-rooted corruption.

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Cast & Crew & Production Details

Director
Ivan Sen
Writers
Ivan Sen
Producer
David Jowsey  Greer Simpkin
Executive Producers
Scott Otto Anderson  Oliver Lawrance  Craig Deeker  Trevor Kennedy
Dir. of Photography:
Ivan Sen
Cast
Aaron Pedersen - Alex Russell - Jacki Weaver - David Gulpilil - Cheng Pei Pei - David Wenham
Genre
Mystery, Western
Production Company
Dark Matter Media Pty Ltd
Australian Sales
Transmission Films Pty Ltd
International Sales
Arclight Films International Pty Ltd

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